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Sheen: I had sex without a condom after HIV diagnosis; EXCLUSIVE.

Byline: christopher bucktin US Editor EXCLUSIV

CHARLIE Sheen will be heard admitting he did have unprotected sex after being diagnosed with HIV.

A bombshell documentary is to broadcast secret tapes of a lover blasting the actor for not telling her he was infected.

The recording appears to contradict his claim that he informed every sexual partner he had the virus.

In the special National Enquirer Investigates documentary, which airs on Saturday, the woman is heard asking: "Why did you tell me you were not infected?" Sheen replies: "Because it's none of your f***ing business... OK?"

She says: "But if I wanted to have sex without a condom... it's my right to know." He answers: "You shouldn't want to."

The recording comes as former lovers disputed Sheen's claims he has only had unprotected sex twice in his life.

Some are considering legal action against the Hollywood star for placing them at risk.

Sheen, 50, told the Today programme he had informed every lover since he was diagnosed.

But the Mirror has learned six women have rejected the claim he had sex without protection twice, including former girlfriends Amanda Bruce and Natalie Kenly. One said: "I am aware of many women he had unprotected sex with during the period he covered up his HIV."

And an LA lawyer revealed two women have claimed Sheen, who was engaged to Scottine Sheen, had slept with them.

But a spokesman for the actor insisted: "You can believe Mr Sheen or the lying whores. Mr Sheen is telling the truth."

The tapes are part of a standoff between LA police and National Enquirer which exposed his HIV secret. The editor has refused to hand them over to officers.


CLAIM Former lover Amanda CLAl

EX-FIANCEE Sheen with model Scottine

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 20, 2016
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